What Your Cell Phone Is Not Telling You

EMFs

Ever notice your ear burning after a long cell phone conversation? Welcome to the world of electromagnetic field (EMF) radiation.

Although the mainstream doesn’t like to talk about the dangers of EMF exposure, people habitually use and depend upon this wireless technology all throughout the day. This unseen electromagnetic realm may indeed be linked to many of our society’s health conditions like cancer, “ADD”, “ADHD”, anxiety, depression, etc.

Cell phones, WiFi, laptops, tablets, cordless phones, microwave ovens, digital radios, power lines, and even wireless baby monitors are among the devices that expose people to these dangerous EMFs.

The Russian National Committee on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection raised concerns about the marketing of cell phones to children and likened the risk of children using mobile phones to be “not much lower than the risk to children’s health from tobacco or alcohol.” The committee enacted a precautionary approach urging that it is not recommended for children under the age of 18 to use cell phones.

From the early 1990’s up until today, governments and organizations worldwide have warned of the impending dangers of wireless technology due to the potential for excessive levels of radiation exposure. An assessment of these studies has encouraged a variety of agencies to propose appeals and resolutions asking for lower EMF safety limits.

There are several preventative ways you can reduce the usage and exposure of EMF radiation in your own life.

Useful Tips

Use speakerphone to keep your phone further away from your head, since exposure levels drop dramatically with distance.

Keep your calls short.

Use text messaging instead of making phone calls on your cell phone.

If you have a smartphone, switch it to airplane mode as much as possible.

Avoid putting your phone in your pocket near your leg.

Avoid sleeping with your phone near your head.

Avoid making calls in the car, bus, train, or elevator since the phone increases it’s EMF output to get a signal through metal surfaces.

Avoid placing your laptop on your lap.

Ground yourself (get your bare feet on the earth for at least 20 minutes)

Make an effort to place the WiFi modem in a remote area of your home, or as far away from where you spend most of your time.

Unplug your WiFi when you’re not using it, especially when you go to sleep.

Turn off all electronic devices when you’re not using them, especially at nighttime.

Get rid of your microwave or at least unplug it permanently.

Buy an EMF detector or find someone who has one so you can get a proper evaluation of the different rooms of your home.

Throw out all swirly aka “Compact Flouresent Lightbulbs” (CFL) in your home. These are especially popular in California. Replace these cancerous bulbs with normal soft white light bulbs.

Below is a list of things you can purchase to reinforce your body’s natural EMFs and protect yourself from the artificial ones:

Useful Products

Q-Link sells products that you can wear or attach to your electronic devices

Groundology sells grounding products such as computer mats, mouse pads, and bedding that claim to have numerous health benefits.

Earthing – also sells grounding bands, computer mats, pillows, mats, etc.

Belly Armor sells products such as blankets or tees for pregnant women.

Orgonite is sold (or you can make it yourself) by vendors all around the world and can be placed inside your home to convert harmful EMFs into positive energy.

ZyXEL PLA407 is a WiFi adapter that runs internet through your wall outlets so you don’t have to use wifi anymore or only when you need it.

Cornet ED78S is an EMF detector which will detect both RF / LF frequencies. This includes nearby cell phone towers.

To learn more about EMFs and limiting your exposure, visit www.emfs.info  as well as check out this radio interview with retired British military intelligence scientist Barrie Trower. LLoyd Burrell over at ElectricSense.com is also very educational and a good person to follow on EMFs.

Stephanie Marie

We Are Change

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